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Title: Looking Beyond Inequalities Embracing Transformation in the South African Higher Education System
Other Titles: Faculty Perspectives on Vocational Training in South Africa Lessons and Innovations from the Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Authors: Sosibo, Zilungile 
Keywords: Inequalities;Transformation;South Africa
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Taylor and Francis online
Source: Sosibo, Z. 2019. Looking beyond inequalities: embracing transformation in the South African Higher Education System. In: Ivala, E. N. & Scott, L. (eds.). Faculty Perspectives on Transformation of Vocational Training in South Africa: Lessons and Innovations from Cape Peninsula University of Technology. New York and London: Routledge, pp.53-67. [16 May 2019]
Abstract: The Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is one of four Universities of Technology established by the South African government in 2005 with a focus on vocational training. This book presents faculty experiences of CPUT’s innovative, work-integrated learning and teaching model, as well as findings from practice-based research being done in the institution. The purpose of this volume is to be a resource for other institutions in South Africa that wish to try similar strategies, as well as a to trigger a community of practice with vocationally oriented institutions outside of South Africa.
Description: Book Chapter
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